Updated as per James P. Tuttle's The Hawk Moths of North America, August 19, 2008
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The first groups present thumbnails of the adult moths, with links to more detailed descriptions and information.
The second set of tables present thumbnails of the larvae (caterpillars) with links to the same descriptions and information.
Individual notes for Northern Michigan counties (adult moths):
Both Diane and I got a chuckle over the seeming appearance of sun glasses on this visitor to her flowers!
Manduca sexta munching on green pepper, Shiawassee County, Michigan,
September 10, 2008, courtesy of Jennifer Putnam.
Individual notes for Northwestern Michigan counties (larvae):
Individual notes for Northern Michigan counties (larvae):
Enjoy some of nature's wonderments, giant silk moth cocoons. These cocoons are for sale winter and fall. Beautiful Saturniidae moths will emerge the following spring and summer. Read Actias luna rearing article. Additional online help available.
Eggs of many North American species are offered during the spring and summer. Occasionally summer Actias luna and summer Antheraea polyphemus cocoons are available. Shipping to US destinations is done from with in the US.
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